A treatise on the deluge. : Containing I. Remarks on the Lord Bishop of Clogher's account of that event. II. A full explanation of the Scripture history of it. III. A collection of all the principal heathen accounts. IV. Natural proofs of the deluge, deduced from a great variety of circumstances, on and in the terraqueous globe. : And, under the foregoing general articles, the following particulars will be occasionally discussed and proved; viz. The time when, and the manner how America was first peopled. -- The mosaic account of the deluge written by inspiration. -- The certainty of an abyss of water within the earth. -- The reality of an inner globe or central nucleus. -- The cause of the subterranean vapour, and of earthquakes. -- The origin of springs, lakes, &c. -- The formation of mountains, hills, dales, vallies [sic], &c. -- The means by which the bed of the ocean was formed. -- The cause of caverns or natural grottos; with a description of the most remarkable, especially those in England. -- Also an explication of several lesser phænomena in nature. : Illustrated with two copper plates; one, representing the dtate of the earth during the height of the flood; the other, the state of the earth as it is at present.